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Ray Delworth

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@wiilovesuccess
Location: Modesto, California
Website: http://bit.ly/hsR8eo
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I've been seeing a lot of discussion on Twitter and in blogs I follow about the difference in the amount of Acai berry in their various drink products. The question I pose to them is "how much does YOUR body need". Scientists cracked the human DNA code in 2003. They discovered that each of us is 99.1% the same. But it's the other .9% that makes us unique and therefore our body's health needs are unique. Therefore, what is YOUR DNA telling you it needs? Does it need extra help in fighting free radicals with extra doses of anti-oxidants, and if so how much? I took MonaVie for almost a year and found that it gave me extra energy & more sleep. However, I was experiencing severe pain in my hips after a couple hours of dancing for at least a day after. But, then I discovered GeneWize Life Sciences. Time Magazine awarded its top invention to the DNA Assessment Kit. I wanted to find out what my DNA was telling me. I wanted to be able to throw away the 11 containers of vitamin and mineral supplements my wife insisted I needed, and if possible to be free of the cholesterol prescription I am taking. My DNA Analysis indicates that out of the 12 SNP's it tests, 2 of mine are in need of "Maximum Support" and 5 need "Added Support". SNP's (Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms) R small variations in DNA. These account 4 all human differences including HOW EFFICIENT WE ARE AT KEY BIOLOGICAL PROCESSES. The 1st SNP that needed maximum support is my VDR (Vitamin D Receptor). In addition, one of the areas I need "Added Support" is the MMP-1 (collagen). This is the main component of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, and bone. Hmm this might account for my hips being so weak! The 2nd SNP that needs maximum support is ApoB (Apolipoprotein B)-"bad" Cholesterol carrier. Again the question "how much of the anti-oxidant Acai berry do I need". The answer FOR ME is "NOT VERY MUCH" since my DNA handles the problem.